We`re not able to post every story on our website, so every Sunday, we will list some interesting photography related links.
Mossgrove / Bed of Moss is a 10 minute video by Kurtis Hough featuring moss and slugs. Not only is the topic relatively unique, but his treatment of the subject makes it interesting to watch. Can you guess how the opening title sequence was filmed?
Oregon is on my short list of places to visit due to it’s natural beauty. Uncage the Soul Video Productions captured every corner of the state, from the mountains to the deserts and everything in between, in this beautiful time lapse video.
The Seventh Movement created this video which shows the daily activities on the USS Carl Vinson. If you’ve ever had an opportunity to see or set foot on an aircraft carrier, you will appreciate how large they really are. As noted in the video, on a typical day, there are almost 4500 people who work around the clock on the USS Carl Vinson.
Adobe has announced that they will be restructuring “In order to better align resources around Digital Media and Digital Marketing”. Unfortuntely, this will mean that 750 full time jobs will be lost, the majority of which are located in North America and Europe.
Andrew Clancy spent a year compiling footage of New York city before putting it all together. He teamed it up with the song We Don’t Eat by James Vincent McMorrow, and the result is an interesting view of the daily hustle in bustle in the Big Apple.
The following behind the scenes video is a great example of how to use available light for your background, and off camera flashes to light your subject. In the video, Jay P. Morgan and his team closed down a highway ramp so they could shoot an 18 wheeler against the the Los Angeles skyline.
Matthew Goodman created this time lapse video that shows the entire Burning Man event from start to finish. Every year, thousands of people flock to the Nevada desert to create art and enjoy the experience of being self reliant.
Dustin Farrell created a breath taking video featuring the beautiful scenery of Arizona. Each video is comprised on stills taken with a Canon 5D mark ii. This is a great approach for night time photography when you may need longer exposures than video can provide. This one is best viewed full screen.